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VLookUp is a powerful and useful function in Excel. It allows you to look up a value in a list and return any column from the look-up column, left. But what if your look-up column isn’t the first one?
The ability to crunch large datasets and squeeze meaningful decision support data out of it is in demand. Microsoft, in Excel 2010, included the ability to install a free add-in called PowerPivot. PowerPivot provided the sought-after ability to analyze multiple-related datasets in the same Pivot Table.
The way you set up a workbook today could either save you hours or cost you hours and hours of frustration later.
Insert the default chart on the same worksheet as the data you’ve selected ... Stop squinting at those little filter arrows ... Close Excel the easy way.
If your fiscal year isn’t January through December, you may run into issues with date functionality in Excel.
Naming ranges in Excel can make anything from formulas to dashboards easier to build and data easier to find.
Under the heading of “Great Functions I Never Knew,” is the AGGREGATE function.
If you spend a great deal of time formatting your data or chart in Excel, you may want to keep that look as it goes into your document. Here's how.
Q. I can’t get FlashFill to work in Excel 2013. What am I doing wrong?
Q. How can I create a multiselect dropdown list in an Excel worksheet?